DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago - Arlington Heights
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Day off – all day laundry and target for jb errands with JIM, phone call from Danielle filling me in on Wes' situation L really bummed I couldn’t be home to go see him. dinner with Jason and Ian at Tapas place – not the best dinner ever but not the worst either. Really awesome asian market across the street from the hotel!
... lot of trouble.
Thanks to the detour we saw Sandusky Bay and also stopped at Darren's produce stand. Darren's main business (I found out) is moonshine. So after buying some local peaches and tomatoes Darren convinced me to take a sip of his moonshine and I was amazed at how good it tasted. He has two flavors Apple and Strawberry. Apple was for me and I walked away with a pint!
... br> All throughout William Taft’s presidency his wife Nellie feared for his success in politics. William Taft preferred a spot in Supreme Court more than presidency. During the convention in Chicago Nellie feared that Roosevelt would make a bid to stay in office for a second term. On the second day of the convention it almost happened when a wild and impulsive group went wild for Roosevelt for forty five ...
... hand signals and horns. Parking in Chicago is EXPENSIVE!! Parking at the Navy Pier was a $25 flat fee for up to 24 hrs. I paid it for the convenience.
We walked around the pier for a bit, and I immediately appreciated the cultural diversity, which is a refreshing break from our homogenous hometown. I heard several different languages: Spanish, Pakistani, Hindi, German, Scandinavian, Vietnamese, Japanese, and French (although that person was ...
... only 46 rows in this Airbus 330 (300). Seating in coach was 2-4-2. We were part of the 4, but it was comfortable. They had indivicual entertainment screens in the back of every seat. TV, movies, music, games...very cool. Later on they served beef or pasta. Ordinary airline food. It was OK. Being on Aer Lingus, I listened to some Irish music, and we both slept as best we could. Seven hours later, we landed in Dublin...right on time. We thought we'd be able to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility